A theoretical, laboratory, and field techniques approach to the study of soil physics for land resource management, soil remediation, agriculture, and forestry. Topics include soil physical properties that determine retention and movement of liquids in soils, soil temperature, soil aeration, soil strength, soil compaction and consolidation. Not available for supplemental. Instruction (3.0), Lab (2.0). Requisite Courses: Take ENV-3383L (Required, Concurrent).
ENV-3383 Environmental Physics - 3.00 credits